Surrey man charged with four offences following Coquitlam shooting

RCMP say Jonathan Fall is a suspect in the Oct. 10 drive-by shooting.

RCMP responded to gunfire at a South Surrey hotel on Monday morning.

COQUITLAM, B.C. – Multiple firearms charges have been laid against a 28-year-old man following a drive-by shooting in Coquitlam, B.C.

RCMP say Jonathan Fall is a suspect in a targeted shooting on Oct. 10, when shots were fired into an unoccupied vehicle.

Police say whoever fired the shots escaped in a vehicle, which was located a short time later in Surrey, where a driver and passenger were arrested.

Fall was taken into custody on Nov. 18 and charged with four offences, including careless use of a firearm.

He is scheduled to appear in provincial court next Monday.

RCMP say additional charges are possible and any witnesses should contact police.

 

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